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Continuing Professional Education (CPE)

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Chicago, IL 60606
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URL: http://www.eatrightpro.org/
Accredited Provider
2020 FNCE: A New Approach to Helping Clients Change Food Choices: Internal Family Systems Therapy
157694
Academy Center for Professional Development
Recorded pre-approved CPE Activity: 175 Lectures/Webinars
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Everyone has conflicting thoughts and urges with respect to food that lead to behaviors that may be inconsistent and even against our own best interests. These internal conflicts are often confusing and frustrating to clients and nutrition counselors. Accepting and working with these conflicting “parts” allows us to be more effective in guiding our clients to optimal health.

Learning Objectives:
Recognize the role internal polarizations play in resistance to behavior change
Describe how the Internal Family Systems (IFS) model approaches the eating process and the treatment of disordered eating
Employ the concept of “parts” with a broad range of clients to address resistance to change
2.1.3 Tailors message to meet the needs of the target audience.
9.2.4 Collaborates with learner(s) and colleagues to formulate specific, measurable and attainable objectives and goals.
9.6.1 Determines and applies counseling theories, psychological methods and strategies that empower customers to make changes.
Start Date End Date Country State/Province City
10/20/2020 10/20/2023 USA